Aww, poor baby! Your iPhone crashed? You mean you marched along with
the pied marketing pipers and paid way too much for a first-generation
product? You mean you didn't realize that you were being used as a lab
rat? You didn't think that a big corporation would take your money for
something that hadn't been totally debugged?
Pardon us while we wipe away a tear.
if you've still got anything left on your credit limit after that bad
decision, let's see what we can do about setting you up with a Palm
Treo 600 Unlocked SmartPhone. No, it can't do everything an iPhone can
do, and it doesn't have Bluetooth. But we can say that nobody will be
able to hack it, and it'll probably still work a month from now.
Don't worry - you'll be able to browse the web and check your email and use Palm OS apps. You can do your texting with a full QWERTY
keyboard built right in to the phone. It'll work with your AT&T
account, but Verizon customers can also use it. Even with an SD card
(not included), it won't hold as many MP3s as the iPhone, and it
doesn't play video. But you can make phone calls on it. Some of us
still think that's an important feature in a phone.
Warranty: 90 days
Unlocked for use with your existing GSM 850 MHz, GSM 1800 MHz, GSM 900 MHz or GSM 1900 MHz service provider and SIM card. Note: This phone does not come with service or a SIM card.
600 combines a full-featured mobile phone and Palm OS organizer with
wireless applications like email, text messaging, web browsing and even
a digital camera
QWERTY keyboard makes entering text and accessing information fast and familiar-perfect for messaging and a must have for email
a picture or share images with others via email-you can even attach a
photo to a phone number so you can see exactly who's calling with
Picture Caller ID
Because Treo 600 runs the popular Palm OS, there are thousands of applications you can download and use
Backlit, 160 x 160 pixel color CSTN display with 3375 colors
144 MHz Texas Instruments OMAP ARM processor.
32 megs of RAM with 24 available to the user. Palm OS 5.2.1H.
Size: 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches. 5.9 oz.
Built in speaker.
16-channel MIDI polyphonic ring tones.
Supports alarm sounds, LED alert and vibrating alerts.
1 MMC/SD slot supporting SDIO.
Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery. Not user replaceable.
Software: Palm OS 5.2.1H.
Address Book, Date Book, Clock, To Do List, Memo Pad and Advanced Calculator.
Blazer web browser
GSM/GPRS (AT&T/Cingular, T-Mobile and others): 850/900/1800/1900 MHz world phone.
Camera: VGA 640 x 480 camera (.3 megapixels)
No SIM card included, you must use your own or activate through your preferred carrier
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Wow - not only does that umbrella turn inside out in a stiff wind, but it actually disintegrates? For the sake of the bescarved goth pixie pictured here, we hope that thing's still under warranty. Oh, wait - that's the commercial half of our brain talking. The emotional half thinks - no, feels that this shirt's motifs of darkness and dissipation leavened by beauty are apt for both this moment in the year, and the human condition itself. But even the emotional side would ask for its money back for that umbrella.
This shirt was designed by: Shirt.Woot member killopo. Our offering this shirt should in no way be interpreted as an endorsement of killing opos.
Wear this shirt: to the championship game of your Tim Burton Fan Club Softball League.
Don't wear this shirt: if you're prone to anxiety, depression, irritability, nosebleeds, loose stools, or sexual side effects.
This shirt tells the world: "All we are is leaves in the wind."
We call this color: Because Black Is How I Feel On The Inside.
The people at Roshambo Winery like to have a good time. And they
don't particularly care about conforming to some narrow, ossified idea
about how a proper winery carries itself. So they give their wineries
names like the Rat and Obvious. They put on events like a Willy Wonka
costume party and a Drag Brunch and conceptual art shows. They even
named the winery after a children's game: Roshambo is another name for
the game also known as rock, paper, scissors, and Roshambo Winery hosts
the longest-running rock, paper, scissors tournament in America (the next one is
October 6 in Santa Rosa, Sonoma). It's all in the name of democratizing
the appeal of wine, and showing that wine and fun are not mortal
Problem is, sometimes people get the wrong idea.
They look at all the antics and assume that the actual wine must play
second tuba to the spectacle. These uncouth upstarts couldn't possibly
produce wine worthy of an educated palate! And besides, if Roshambo
convinces the great unwashed to put down their beer cans and pick up
glasses of wine, then being a wine snob will lose all its cachet.
let's hope so. See, as the scion of an esteemed California
grape-growing family, Roshambo owner Naomi Johnson Brilliant has the
skills to make the Roshambo mission more than just a cynical marketing
gimmick. She grew up among grapes on her grandfather Frank Johnson's
vineyard, innocently unaware that those grapes were hotly sought by
winemakers, and that Frank Johnson Vineyard was one of the first
vineyard-designated appellations. Wine isn't literally in Naomi's
blood, but we bet the two substances share some striking similarities.
pedigree is one thing. As Roshambo would be the first to tell you, what
really matters is what's in the bottle. And what's in this bottle of
Roshambo 2005 Rock, Paper, Scissors Merlot is as unpretentious and
engaging as a round of rock, paper, scissors. Currant and black cherry
cover everything, while mint and coconut cut through the nose, and
chocolate and vanilla break through on the palate. It likes pizza and
pasta, but really, it's up for whatever.
guttersnipe name, Roshambo 2005 Carignane "The Rat" managed to score
Double Gold Best of Class Winner at the 2006 Sonoma County Fair. While
your typical wine rat won't recognize the varietal, a few wafts of its
big, accessible framboise, smoke, and violet aromas is all the
introduction they'll need. It's red, but psst: try it lightly chilled.
Go on, the Wine Police won't arrest you.
It's an American
tradition to oak chardonnay, and it's a wine-snob tradition to turn up
one's nose at it. As you'd expect, Roshambo turns both traditions on
their crusty old ears. Roshambo 2004 Chardonnay "Imago" is fermented in
nothing but stainless (and flavorless) steel, so you taste the fruit,
not the tree. Instead of oaky butter, here we find crisp, tropical
flavors of white peach, pineapple, pear, and lemon zest. The "anything
but Chardonnay" brigade ignore it to their detriment.
the snobs snicker and the scolds scoff. Let the exalted grand poobahs
of the grape issue their fatwas against those who violate proper wine
decorum. Roshambo's heard it all before. Although lately, they're
hearing it less and less...
Roshambo Rock, Paper, Scissors 2005 Merlot
Vintage: 2005 Varietal: 100% Merlot Appellation: 100% Dry Creek Valley Alcohol: 13.9% pH: 3.85 Release Date: pending Production: 2,141 cases Wood: 100 pounds New French oak infused
Roshambo The Rat 2005 Carignane
Vintage: 2005 Varietal: 100% Carignane Appellation: 100% Angeli Vineyard, Alexander Valley Alcohol: 14.4% pH: 3.50 Release Date: 9/30/06 Production: 480 cases Wood: 100% neutral oak Roshambo Imago 2004 Chardonnay
VINTAGE: 2004 VARIETAL: Chardonnay APPELLATION: Sonoma County ALCOHOL: 13.9% RELEASE DATE: spring 2005 PRODUCTION: 4000 cases WOODS USED: never had it, never will.